byMrs. Rudd.Publication info - London: T. Bell, 1775.
Mrs. Rudd was led into serious trouble by sexual impropriety. Her husband was insane and abusive, and she took legal steps to keep him away from her. After having fled and disguised herself under a false name for a number of months, her life settled down when Mr. Rudd emigrated and she was left a large inheritance by a friend who felt sorry for her. She then unfortunately made the acquaintance of Daniel Perreau, and after a time began living with him as his wife; they had three children. He... Topics: bigamy, forgery, spousal abuse